Canterbury – Part 2

By: snowgood

Apr 17 2015

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It’s getting on for lunch time, and sun’s shining. What could be nicer than a spot of Al Fresco dining? Around eight years ago we enjoyed magnificent pancakes in Vancouver.  Why not re-live the memory? Whilst we’re at it we can watch scores of French Students roving in packs, and spot the odd revolutionary. I pointed out this quirky gent to Roz. He kept milling around, and incredibly the book was about Revolution! After watching the world go buy we hopped on a rowing boat for an all too brief city tour.  Less than 30 years ago the main London A2 ran over this little bridge, nowadays it is a pedestrianised zone. Away from the hustle and bustle Moorhen’s paddle along. We must go back and see more.

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